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Sitka Art Circle: Beeswax Food Wraps

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Sitka Art Circle: Beeswax Food Wraps
Sondra Holtzman
Date and Time:
10:00 - 2:00
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The open enrollment period begins on
March 10, 2020

Workshop registration opens for members on February 27.

Workshop Overview

A useful and eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap, beeswax wraps are fun to make and, with care, can last up to a year. Participants will learn how to make their own food wraps from natural materials and will leave the workshop with a heightened sense of environmental awareness, complete wrap-making instructions and two sizes of food wrap.

About the Instructor(s)

Professional artist Sondra Holtzman’s artwork reflects musings of travel, afar and close to home. She leads painting explorations all over the world, including Europe, South America and the South Pacific.

After attending Rhode Island School of Design, Sondra worked as a freelance designer, creating artwork for clients like Nike and Delta Air Lines. Her work has been published in 1000 Artist Journal Pages and Signatures: The Art Journal Collection by Somerset Studio.

For Sondra, the true joy of being an artist also lies in the sharing of her passion with others, helping them to discover their own artistic voice

Materials List: Students Bring

• Sitka Art Circle. All materials will be provided.

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Organic cotton material, cut up into squares of 2 sizes (each student gets 2 squares)

• Baking pan

• Iron

• Double boiler

• Hot plate or portable stove

• Cotton material

• Beeswax

• Scale

• Coconut or castor oil,

• Measuring cups

• Plastic cups to hold ingredients

• Tree sap

• Resin

• Hangers to dry food

• Wrap handouts with instructions

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